john dair 3 march 1933 – 25 november 2005 was a scottish actor who was best known for his role as harry grout’s bodyguard ‘crusher’ in the sitcom porridge and as charlie dawson in the drama our friends in the north. although born in dundee, scotland, he had been a resident of london, england, for many years.
england c * senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22:07, 7 march 2020 james william bolton born 13 august 1994 is an english footballer who plays as a defender for portsmouth .
grant holt born 12 april 1981 is an english former professional footballer who is currently an academy coach at premier league club norwich city.. during his football career, holt played for a number of non-league and professional clubs, making nearly 100 league appearances for nottingham forest before signing for shrewsbury town in 2008 where he became top goalscorer.
in a series of travel restrictions announced between late january and mid-march, the united states government denied entry to foreign nationals who had traveled within the past 14 days through china, iran, the united kingdom, ireland, or the 26 european countries that comprise the schengen area.
steve casey rowed in the sneem senior crew with his father and the o'connor brothers. the sneem/casey team won the tug-o-war munster championship in 1932. casey went on to win the salter challenge cup with his brothers during 1930 to 1933. in 1936, he became the all-england rowing champion with his brothers paddy, tom and mick.
the development of the safety bicycle was arguably the most important change in the history of the bicycle. it shifted their use and public perception from being a dangerous toy for sporting young men to being an everyday transport tool for men—and, crucially, women—of all ages.
total wipeout is a british game show, hosted by richard hammond and amanda byram, which first aired on the bbc on 3 january 2009.each week, 20 contestants compete in a series of challenges in an attempt to win £10,000. these challenges were based in large pools of water or mud and generally involved large assault courses that participants had to cross.